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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part J (2017)

Demonetization 2016 -Its impact on Indian bank employees

Author(s)
Sandeep Gandhi and Madhu Bhushan
Abstract
Bankers know keeping money at its best, but demonetization has made them plunged with a job not expected by them. It is true that there are some evil doers among the bank employees and officers but just because of that one cannot paint all of the bank personnel and officers with one corrupted brush. Aside from various issues the banks’ staff needs to confront with some rogue clients. It is praiseworthy that Banks have served their customers with their representatives who are feeling progressively focused in the face of public anger. The continuous notifications from RBI and the absence of money provided have led banking establishments facing the fury of customers. Banks’ staff served the public and worked overtime to keep their duties, but felt helpless when they did not receive enough cash to meet amount of money required by the customers. The government’s constant changing regulations on trading and getting old cash notes in the various branches of different banks, which made job tough for bank staff to handle people with a smile and forced them to work overtime without extra wages.
Pages: 677-680  |  503 Views  22 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sandeep Gandhi, Madhu Bhushan. Demonetization 2016 -Its impact on Indian bank employees. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(5):677-680.
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